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Teak Safiya Wilson

Teak Safiya Wilson

“I made new friends at MVP who helped me get through the rest of my week. I’m usually a loner in big crowds, but I was able to talk a little bit more in smaller groups.”

Tim King

Tim King

“I struggle with anxiety, stress, and depression from combat—driving and getting stuck in traffic gets me on edge, and loud high pitch noises weird me out. MVP has helped me come out of my shell, and it feels good to start talking with my fellow vets.”

Isaac Saldivar

Isaac Saldivar

“MVP has helped me find my genuine self again, a new purpose and MVP will help guide me to the next stage in life—I am not alone. No more hesitating.”

Noel Huerta

Noel Huerta

“ Knowing that I had the same transition issues when leaving the service, I wanted to see if the program would help me too.” 

Denver Morris

Denver Morris

“I now know that transitioning vets and former professional athletes have lost their identity and sense of family. Now my confidence is much stronger, and if I’m having an emotional moment, there’s someone at MVP to help me get back on track.”

Elliot Ruiz

Elliot Ruiz

“By 2015 the VA had done everything possible for me. I needed more help than physical—I missed the camaraderie I had in the Marines. I asked myself: ‘What’s the next thing or goal to drive me?’”